Q magazine - The Spice Girls cover (December 2000)
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Q Magazine - The Spice Girls cover (December 2000 - Issue 171)
Julian Cope - 4 pages
Adam Ant - Punks gobbed in disgust, but grey '80s Britain would have been a poorer place without Adam Ant, his tub-thumping panto antics, sexual escapades and razor-blade mutilation stories. "I liked the idea of the male peacock," he tells Phil Sutcliffe
Iron Maiden - His solo career buried, a chastened Bruce Dickinson is back with Iron Maiden, delivering one riff to several million fans like the '90s never happened. But issues still fester in rock's least nancy-ish band. "What counts is, we're loud," they growl at Nick Duerden
The Spice Girls - Mel C fights her eating disorder with Prozac. Victoria "thinks she's the Queen of England". Emma has been used as a gay man's "beard" and Mel B's got breast issues. Can the Spice Girls grow up without falling apart? Andrew Higginbotham puts them on the couch
Radiohead - 1 page
Monster Magnet - 1 page
Nelly - 1 page
Fatboy Slim (Norman Cook) - 5 pages
Queens Of The Stone Age - 3 pages
Milltown Brothers - "Where are they now?"
George Michael - "Eyewitness"
It could have been the end of George Michael's career when he was arrested for lewd behaviour in a Los Angeles public toilet. Instead it provided the source material for his biggest hit in three years